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This is where I recognize AR stars once a week. The three spots at the bottom are for students with the most points earned in the week, the highest average, and the highest percent of goal reached. The students' names are on star Post It notes. If they are in good standing, their sticky goes over a circle. Right now I'm set for 16 students, though I should probably plan for 20.

This is where I recognize AR stars once a week. The three spots at the bottom are for students with the most points earned in the week, the highest average, and the highest percent of goal reached. The students' names are on star Post It notes. If they are in good standing, their sticky goes over a circle. Right now I'm set for 16 students, though I should probably plan for 20.

Themes for Classrooms!  In case you haven't stopped by lately, Themes for Classrooms is always fun to get new classroom theme ideas.  Sometimes I even like to change up the theme after Christmas.  It really surprises the kids, you know them better so you know what they might enjoy, and it keeps me excited to redecorate.  :)  http://www.themesforclassrooms.com

Themes for Classrooms! In case you haven't stopped by lately, Themes for Classrooms is always fun to get new classroom theme ideas. Sometimes I even like to change up the theme after Christmas. It really surprises the kids, you know them better so you know what they might enjoy, and it keeps me excited to redecorate. :) http://www.themesforclassrooms.com

Popsicle sticks in a toilet paper roll in a cup.  Call on students by pulling names from the roll.  If you want to recall a student, put it back inside the role.  If not, put it back inside the cup.

Popsicle sticks in a toilet paper roll in a cup. Call on students by pulling names from the roll. If you want to recall a student, put it back inside the role. If not, put it back inside the cup.

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